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Ghibli Park Opens an English Site for Reservations and Will Slowly Start Selling Tickets in Other Countries!

Getting into Ghibli Park, which is located in the Aichi prefecture, can be a difficult experience for fans of Studio Ghibli from other countries. The reservation system isn’t the easiest to use, with low daily attendance limits, different ticket tiers for different parts of the park, and the absence of other language options, even if its tickets are reasonably priced by theme park standards.

Ghibli Park

Foreign visitors will now find it simpler to organize their journey to the attraction, which opened its doors to the general public on November 1. This is thanks to its new English-language ticket reservation website. The Ghibli Park page includes information about ticket costs, conditions, and sale times for particular visiting windows in English, along with a statement that “Advanced reservations specific to date and hour of entry are necessary with no exceptions.”

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However, it should be noted that the English system lacks some of the local counterpart’s amenities. The former only sells tickets for Ghibli’s Grand Warehouse part, with entrance fixed to one time: noon, unlike the Japanese portal, which offers tickets to Ghibli’s Grand Warehouse, Dondoko Forest, and Hill of Youth Areas. Comparatively, the Japanese website provides hourly entry periods from 9 am to 3 pm.

The next round of international ticket sales for admittance between 15 March and 30 April will go online on January 10, 2023, at 2 p.m. Ghibli Park will gradually introduce this option. Ghibli Park tickets were previously only available for purchase through a lottery but are now distributed on a first-come, first-served basis thanks to the online approach.

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